Definition of irrelevancy in English:

irrelevancy

nounirrelevancies

See irrelevance

  • ‘The question is, will the United Nations follow the League of Nations and risk irrelevancy.’
  • ‘But it's wild generalizations like this that point up the irrelevancy of such commercially-driven lists.’
  • ‘When everything is digital, the word digital becomes an irrelevancy.’
  • ‘Any delineation between the nominally public and non-public spheres is now a hair-splitting irrelevancy.’
  • ‘In other words, it will be phased out, perhaps not entirely, but close enough as to make it an irrelevancy.’

Pronunciation

irrelevancy

/ɪˈrɛlɪv(ə)nsi/